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museum Beelden aan Zee

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museum Beelden aan Zee

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Harteveltstraat 1, 2586 EL Scheveningen, The Hague The Netherlands
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Day trip from Amsterdam to The Hague, Delft &amp; Rotterdam<br><br>Our first stop is The Hague, the residence of our Royal Family, the seat of our government and many international organizations. Optionally you can visit the Mauritshuis museum with its world famous collection of Dutch masters (Rembrandt, Vermeer, Frans Hals and others).<br><br>Our next stop is charming town of Delft. I will take you on a guided walk through the historical center. Here you will get to know everything about the House of Orange, the paintings and life of the famous painter Vermeer and the world famous Delftware. And whats about a delicious Dutch pancake on the most beautiful square of our country?<br><br>Our final stop is Rotterdam with its modern skyline. The giant harbor is one of the biggest in the world. Visit the new market hall and see the iconic cube houses.<br><br>Join me on this diverse tour to the cities of South Holland.<br><br>More time? Did you know that I offer great Amsterdam city tours and countryside trips too?
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JohnSt_2 wrote a review Jun 2020
The Hague, The Netherlands915 contributions77 helpful votes
Beelden aan zee is attractive at normal times, but under Corona rules even more so. There is ample space here to enjoy the Richier exhibition, which is also very instructive. In the development of art styles from ideal to realistic, and from figurative to abstract, this exhibition has its own story to tell about one of Europe's influential sculpturists.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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JohnSt_2 wrote a review Mar 2020
The Hague, The Netherlands915 contributions77 helpful votes
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We visited the museum during the last weekend of the Niki de Saint Phalle exhibition. It is cheerful, colourful and very attractive to both adults and children. The main hall is filled with revolving circles on which sculptures rotate and the exhibition is well attended. Good atmosphere. In the south hall an exhibition of work by Klaas Gubbels can be seen covering his lifetime oeuvre.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Havaki wrote a review Jan 2020
The Hague, The Netherlands610 contributions138 helpful votes
I have been here many times. Always something interesting to see. Gubbels is worth seeing at the museum now.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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RP-Netherlands wrote a review Jan 2020
Leidschendam, The Netherlands1,150 contributions347 helpful votes
This museum is in a great location, right by the sea. It is not too big, but you can spend a few hours there. They often have special exhibitions on. We were there for the Nikki de Saint Phalle sculpture show. Many beautiful works by this great artist were on show. In other rooms they had other works of art, most of which are on display permanently. We really liked the art by Niki and the building itself. Parking nearby is very limited and very expensive. In the winter there are some parkinglots free of charge, but they are at least a 15 min walk away.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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n_wiedenhof wrote a review Dec 2019
Nuenen, The Netherlands696 contributions145 helpful votes
When in The Hague do not miss the museum Beelden aan Zee, built within the Scheveningen dunes, the North Sea at hand. Time and again this superb museum shows excellent exhibitions, this time of French American artist Niki de Saint Phalle and Adriaan Rees, a Dutch artist who also worked in China.. Recommended.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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